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    Open Kitchen

Bridging miX's two areas -- the restaurant and the lounge -- is an open kitchen that's situated exactly opposite the private dining room and the pastry kitchen, where it allows guests to see the variety of cuisine that's being prepared, including new favorites and old classics from Ducasse's restaurants in Monaco and Paris. Impeccably clean and serene, the open kitchen is set back slightly from the corridor that runs between the restaurant and the lounge, after which lies a glass case that includes the latest menu, a cookbook, cookware and a bottle of Ducasse Champage. With the exception of Chef Arbusto, the kitchen staff wear miX's signature white baseball caps with red lettering.

   
     
    
Spectacular View


The view from miX, located on the top floor of THEhotel at Mandalay Bay -- the 43rd floor, to be exact -- will take your breath away. In fact, the restaurant prides itself on its views of the Las Vegas Strip, visible through dramatic, almost floor-to-ceiling windows, as well as from the outside terrace. You can see every major hotel in Vegas, including the Luxor, whose skybeam provides dramatic light that complements perfectly the twinkling lights and sparkling colors of the other hotels, all of which combine to give you an amazing I'm-on-the-top-of-the-world feeling. This is the ultimate bird's eye view of Las Vegas. No hurry, no worry, no fuss. Just a spectacular backdrop for your dining pleasure.

   
     
      
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